From Victoria Beckham‘s throwback photo to local actress Zoe Tay‘s playful snaps, these celebrities shared the sweetest declarations of love to their significant other as well as what they were up to on the most romantic day of the year.
Victoria Beckham shared a throwback photo of her and David Beckham back in 1998, revealing it was the day they found out that she was carrying their son Brooklyn.
Zoe Tay rarely posts pictures of her family and especially that of her husband, Philip Chionh, so it was a pleasant surprise to see the playful and ultra-cute snaps of the pair on a dinner date.
On her Instagram stories, the mother of three also showed that they had ditched the kids and checked into JW Marriott Singapore South Beach for the occasion, with champagne and chocolate, as well as roses from Mr Chionh.
The Obamas have never shied away from making public declarations of love and appreciation for each other. This Valentine’s Day, Barack Obama dedicated a post to his spouse with a photo of the pair at a ball for his second inauguration in early 2013, saying “With a smile that lights up the world, you’re truly one-of-a-kind. Today and always, I am thankful to have you in my life.”
On her own Instagram account, she shared a picture of the two amidst the great outdoors, and wrote, “I feel so blessed to be able to spend every day with this guy. Happy Valentine’s Day, Barack! Here’s to all the adventures we have ahead.” Talk about couple goals.
It doesn’t get more romantic than having the Eiffel Tower in your backdrop.
“Paris, so romantic! Haha I for sure know how to annoy you @emstnv. Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! Don’t take people who love you for granted,” wrote Shang Chi actress Fala Chen in a snap of her and her husband, French entrepreneur Emmanuel Straschnov.
A stay-home Valentine’s Day date? At least that’s what Joanne Peh initially thought, before hubby Qi Yuwu surprised her with a romantic dinner date — bonus points for knowing exactly where she initially had in mind, too.
Another nostalgic throwback, this time from Chrissy Teigen, who posted a photo of herself and her husband, All Of Me singer John Legend, taken 16 years ago.
Belinda Lee and her husband David Moore are apart this Valentine’s Day, but it didn’t stop her from dedicating a long heartwarming message on her social media page.
“From being together every day to being on my own on this Valentine’s Day is not easy…….But as long as our hearts are together, no distance is too far and no time is too long,” she says. “Thank you for being more than a husband to me. You’re the face I wanna see when I wake up and have long meaningful chats with at the end of the day.”
Psst: She also shared that he’d ordered flowers for her despite him being away. Too sweet!
Showcasing their street-chic couple style, Sheila Sim also dedicated a cheeky message to her husband Deon Woo, quipping, “Aren’t you grateful that I’m still sticking to what I’ve promised you in my vows? That I’ll irritate you for the rest of my life. Lol.”
Local actor Desmond Tan looks to have spent the romantic day with his Mrs at California restaurant Spago, which boasts a stunning panoramic view of the Marina Bay precinct.
Singapore Idol-turned-property agent Taufik Batisah’s got it right. “No relationship is perfect. Every mistake and flaw gives you the perfect opportunity to learn and grow together,” he shares, adding that he’s hit the jackpot with his wife Sheena Akbal.
Most couples have their go-to place, and for Hong Kong actress Myolie Wu and her businessman husband Philip Lee, it’s The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, which was not only where they had their first date, but also where they tied the knot.
Not only is it Valentine’s Day, but the date also marks the 27th anniversary that Pan Lingling and Huang Shinan made it official at the Registry of Marriages (ROM).